Chickasaw State Park

Chicksaw State Park Playground
Chickasaw State Park Playground with Kids
Chickasaw State Park CCC Sign
Chickasaw State Park Playground and Pavilions

This 520-acre roadside park is tucked away along U.S. 43 in rural Marengo County. Complete with modern campsites, a wading pool, rental pavilions, playground equipment and plenty of green space, Chickasaw State Park is perfect for family gatherings or as a base camp for your Black Belt adventure.


The rural setting of this park provides ample opportunity to slow down and observe your surroundings. A day spent wildlife watching along the park’s perimeter will likely pay off in several white-tailed deer, Bobwhite quail, and Eastern wild turkey sightings.

In addition to wildlife watching, Chickasaw’s birding is particularly good during the migration seasons. As a stop on Alabama’s Black Belt Birding Trail, you’ll you encounter a wide variety of birds including northern flickers, white-eyed vireos, indigo buntings, ruby-crowned kinglets, palm warblers and many more.


Picnic tables and grills are located throughout the park. Four large pavilions are also available for group gatherings. One of the pavilions features a large built-in barbecue pit. Pavilion reservations can be made by calling 919-630-9239.


Adjacent to the Turnipseed-Ikenberry Place Physically Disabled Hunting Area and a short drive away from the David K. Nelson Wildlife Management Area, Chickasaw State Park is a great overnight spot for hunters in the Black Belt area. The park features three modern RV sites with water and 30-amp service. Primitive camping with water and electricity is also available. Restrooms (no showers) are available. 

The park is being operated under a partnership between the Alabama State Parks and Marengo County. Please contact the Park Manager at 919-630-9239 to make campground reservations.

Area attractions

Auburn University’s Rural Studio, Alabama Rural Heritage Center, Alabama Black Belt Nature & Heritage Trail, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Black Warrior and Tombigbee Lakes , Old Cahawba Forever Wild tract, Old Cahawba Archeological Park, David K. Nelson Wildlife Management Area, Turnipseed-Ikenberry Place Physically Disabled Hunting Area, Demopolis and Selma, Ala.


Use the ADCNR Interactive Map to learn more about the Alabama State Parks.